This world-leading simplified catalogue provides the perfect reference material for dealers and collectors alike.
It is easy to use with illustrated descriptions of all the world’s stamps with an accurate assessment of their current market values.
This edition includes over 2,500 newly listed stamps.
KEY SELLING FEATURES:
• Thousands of stamps throughout Stamps of the World have been re-priced both mint and used
• Approximately 2,500 new stamps and 825 images added
• Straightforward easy-to-use listings, ideal for collectors who do not require more specialist information, such as watermark, perforation or shade changes
• Illustrated in colour throughout
• Universally recognised Stanley Gibbons numbering system
• Contents and full indexing
• A full listing of stamps of the world, including definitives, commemoratives, miniature sheets, postage dues, official stamps and other special purpose postage stamps
• With clear colour illustrations and the design of each stamp accurately identified, this is the perfect catalogue for the thematic (topical) collector
• All volumes published simultaneously for your convenience
DETAILED CONTENTS/COUNTRIES COVERED:
The Stamps of the World Simplified Catalogue lists commemoratives, definitives, air-mails, postage dues, official stamps and miniature sheets.
All stamps have the universally recognized and individual Stanley Gibbons (SG) catalogue number and are set out according to date of issue of the stamps, by country.
Extensive re-pricing of the following countries since the previous edition:
• Great Britain
• Channel Islands and Isle of Man
• All Commonwealth and British Empire Countries for the period 1840-1970
• New Zealand
• Netherlands, Aruba, Caribisch Nederland, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles, Netherlands Indies, Netherlands New Guinea, St. Maarten and Suriname
• Czechoslovakia, Czechoslovak Army in Siberia, East Silesia, Bohemia and Moravia, Czech Republic and Slovakia
• Fiji, Gilbert and Ellice Islands, Kiribati, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu
• Finland, Sweden and Aland Islands
In addition, all new issues for all countries received since the previous edition are listed and priced.
The first Catalogue Supplement to this volume appeared in the September 2017 of Gibbons Stamp Monthly.